Axis Mundi is a geometric shrine in the form of a 6-sided gazebo, made entirely of LED lit, laser cut panels with a 3ft tall kaleidoscope at its center. Paying homage to the space between micro and macro, Axis Mundi envisions the boundaries of our own microcosm of existence while exploring the possibilities of the undiscovered. For inquires about the project or to rent Axis Mundi please get in touch with us using our contact form below.
We specialize in creating immersive laser cut art installations, storytelling through branding,
& human centered design. We’re passionate about work that affects people’s perspective.
Established in Portland, in 2014, Thirty Circles is a collaboration between designers Keenan McCune and Robyn Hines. After years of studying design, printmaking, ceramics, & architecture we found a great interest in bridging the worlds of art and design to create detailed and imaginative experiences.
Through our years of work in digital design, we found that we get as much, if not more, joy out of actually fabricating and bringing those designs to life.
We believe that art and design have the power to make the world a more beautiful and cohesive space.
WE'RE DEDICATED TO CARING FOR OUR PLANET!
Sustainable lifestyles and business practices are extremely important to us at Thirty Circles. In our personal lives we have cut our waste and plastic consumption by nearly 80% over the past two years and we incorporate that same ambition with our business. Beginning in 2015, all of our products are packaged and shipped using custom designed, 100% recyclable and biodegradable materials. That means everything from the packaging to the bubble wrap and even the shipping label are safe to recycle or dispose of with little to no impact on the environment.
We are constantly trying to better ourselves and our company when it comes to sustainability and environmental consciousness and we hope that you’ll join us in our efforts to make the world a more livable, sustainable place. Please contact us with any comments, questions or suggestions about sustainability below!